Tuesday, January 29, 2013
Divorce Judgments May Be Ordered Directly From Court’s Website
The Los Angeles Superior Court now offers the option of ordering divorce judgments from its Court Document Order Web page, the court said in a release.
The bulk of divorce judgments for cases filed between 1993-2005 can be ordered through the Court’s Web site www.lasuperiorcourt.org. Orders will be processed within three business days and the printed copies will be delivered via U.S. mail.
Orders can be placed using a credit card—either Discover, Mastercard or Visa—through the Los Angeles Superior Court’s homepage feature LAeCourtONLINE by clicking on Divorce Judgment Documents. The copying charge is 50 cents per page; if a certified copy of a document is requested, an additional $15 per copy will be assessed.
•JD Harriman has joined Arent Fox’s Los Angeles office as a partner in the firm’s intellectual property practice, bringing more than 20 years of experience in patent prosecution, intellectual property litigation and counseling, according to a statement released by the firm yesterday.
Harriman’s focus is on post-grant proceedings, including offensive and defensive ex parte reexamination practice, as well as post-grant review and inter partes review from the standpoint of both the challenger and the patent holder
Prior to joining the firm, Harriman was a partner in DLA Piper’s Los Angeles office. He graduated from the University of Southern California Gould School of Law in 1984 and has a bachelor of science degree from Ohio State University. He resides in Beverly Hills.
•The San Fernando Valley Bar Association presents its New Employment Update for 2013 on Feb. 6 at noon at is offices at 5567 Reseda Bl., Ste 200, Tarzana.
Cost to attend is $30 in advance for members, $40 in advance for non-members. At the door price is $40 for members and $50 for non-members.
The event provides one hour of general CLE credit.
For more information or reservations visit www.sfvba.org or call (818) 227-0490.
•The Beverly Hills Bar Association presents “Everything I Wanted to Know About DUIs,” with criminal defense attorney Louis J. Shapiro and forensic toxicologist Dwayne Beckner on Feb. 5.
Registration/Dinner begins at 6:00 p.m., with the program to follow from 6:30-8:00 p.m.
The event is free for members of the Order of Distinguished Attorneys.
Otherwise, the cost to attend is $55.00 in advance for BHBA Barristers/Criminal Law Section members, $65.00 for other BHBA Members who pay in advance, and $80.00 for non-BHBA members in advance.
BHBA law students may attend for $35 with advance notice; non-BHBA law students for $45 with advance notice. Student tickets at the door cost $45/$55.
1.5 hours of CLE credit is available.
The program will be held at the Beverly Hills Bar Association’s new offices at located at 9420 Wilshire Boulevard, 2nd Floor
Beverly Hills, CA. 90212. Parking is available at 241 N. Canon Drive.
For more information or to make a reservation visit www.bhba.org or phone (310) 601-2422.
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